Grateful Dead Live at Frost Amphitheatre - Stanford University on 1986-05-10
Greatest Story Ever Told
West L.A. Fadeaway
New Minglewood Blues
Big Railroad Blues
Let It Grow
Hell In A Bucket ->
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World ->
The Wheel ->
China Doll ->
Throwing Stones ->
Turn On Your Lovelight
The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Frost Amphitheatre - Stanford UniversityLocation Palo Alto, CASource SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony D5/Maxell MX-90) DLineage Cassette Master (Tascam 122mkII) -> Apogee MiniMe (24bit/48k) ->Transferred by Charlie Miller
AUD Source from etree supplies:
Drums (2:05 - 3:02)
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the Cassettes
May 25, 2015
My time coming, voices saying, they tell me where to go~!
Nice clean sound..I'm with (doug the dude) that 86' is somewhat passed over due to Jerry's diabetic comma..but there are some real gems in the winter/spring~ And this is one of them..this show still has some of that 85' magic to it..think how different the sound turned in 87-88 leading up to 89'~?? The Henry J Kaisers have that same magic and carry the weight for this year..SO..GIVE IT A WHIRL~Forever Grateful>Forever Dead~!!!
March 13, 2013
Famously great '86 shows are few to be found at this point - 2/11, 12/15...and this one. It deserves the accolades.
Set 1 - West L.-freaking-A. Fadeaway, baby! Listen to Brent lay it down on this one - maybe one of the most heady versions I think I can remember. Let it Grow concludes what is a really strong set in a total blaze - man, listening to this makes me really curious what individual gems exist within '86...
Set 2 - Healy and Bobby get crazzzzzzy on Estimated - I really do get giddy at those acid-echo effects with that tune around this era....Eyes comes initially very close to flying off the rails, but they reconstitute it nicely - just listen, again, to Brent on the outtro jam!
D > S finds Mickey laying down a beautiful 'world' groove, and Jerry taking almost a solo approach to Space, which is achingly poignant, evocative, crows-gathering-and-flying-across-the-sky American. Or something like that.
Post-Space isn't terribly exciting, but they do maintain a solid tone through to the end of the show. It has a full energy, a rare confidence. Crazy to think Jerry was coma-bound given the sheer fire of his fretwork here. Frost '86, yeah, check it out -
July 23, 2011
grt wtf sugaree
w/ xtra wtf like i likey
May 11, 2008
This seems to be a slight upgrade over the more widely reviewed source (missing one cassette generation). 4.5 stars for sound...you can hear a little cassette. No comment on overall performance...I only checked out the interesting estimated.